The Government Printing Office's site for the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) FDLP.gov was hacked and taken over by SoWa BeZ OkA -- which translates from Polish into "Owl without an eye." The group seems to be a band of some kind, but I can't tell. Topics: GPO, FDLP, Hacked Websites
Public presentation by James R. Jacobs, government information librarian at Stanford University, delivered in the Allen Auditorium, Suzzallo & Allen Libraries, University of Washington on thursday, January 24, 2013. Jacobs was invited by Cass Hartnett, the Northwest Government Information Network, the UW Information School, the UW Association of Library and Information Science Students (ALISS), and the University of Washington Libraries to talk about the future of the Federal Depository... Topics: FDLP, Federal Depository Library Program, Federal government documents
Stanford University Library's Technology Chalk Talk on October 19, 2006 featured Karl Fogel discussing the history of copyright, and its implications for the ownership of information today. Copyright is derived from a 16th-century English censorship law, later transformed by publishers and the English Parliament into a monopoly distribution right. This history differs in significant ways from our modern conception of copyright, which holds that it was invented to give writers and artists an... Topics: copyright, information policy, digital copyright, library, libraries, intellectual property, IP,...
The Plenary Session of the Spring 2005 Depository Library Council included speeches by Public Printer Bruce James, co-director of the Office of Innovation and New Technology Mike Wash and a question-and-answer period. Topics: Libraries, government information, digital technologies Source: Mac powerbook G4, internal mic, Audacity audio software